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NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III Men's All-America Teams
December 9th, 2012 11:51PM
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[AWARDS]A pair of sophomore, Jeremy Payne and Brian Ramirez, were the two selections from champion Messiah on the 2012 NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Men's All-America team. For all the players ...

*Repeat All-America selections.

First Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Matthew Cardone So. GK Trinity  (Texas) San Antonio, Texas
Julien Aoyama Jr. D Amherst Narberth, Pa.
Ben Lewis Sr. D MIT West Hartford, Conn.
Mark Lubetkin Sr. D Montclair State  Livingston, N.J.
Kevin Cavers Jr. M Loras Arlington Heights, Ill.
Daniel Mendoza Jr. M Montclair State  Hackensack, N.J.
Jeremy Payne So. M Messiah Middleburg, Pa.
Nathan Bascom Sr. F Ohio Northern  Cincinnati, Ohio
Jalon Brown So. F Christopher Newport  Yorktown, Va.
Spencer Noon Sr. F Amherst Farmington, Conn.
Yuri Ribeiro* Jr. F Trinity  (Texas) Brazil

Second Team
Second Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Peter Maxted Jr. GK Swarthmore Port Washington, N.Y.
Alex Laird* Sr. D St. Lawrence  Monroe, N.Y.
Zander Mrlik Sr. D Vassar San Francisco, Calif.
Kamali Webson Sr. D Roger Williams  Bellingham, Wash.
Austin Windsor Sr. D Ohio Northern  Dublin, Ohio
Ryan Greenhill Sr. M Hiram Solon, Ohio
Matt Hamilton Jr. M Plattsburgh State  Keesville , N.Y.
Nick Holtrop Sr. M Calvin Hudsonville, Mich.
Brian Ramirez So. M Messiah Harrisburg, Pa.
Eric Anderson** Sr. F Babson Scituate, Mass.
Victor Daza Sr. F Stevens Tech.    North Plainfield, N.J.
Branden McGarrity Fr. F Carleton Glenview, Ill.
William McGuiness Sr. F  Scranton Forty Fort, Pa.
Stephen Zapata Sr. F Albertus Magnus Hamden, Conn.
Third Team

Third Team
Name    Class    Pos.    School    Hometown
Mac Church Sr. GK Ohio Northern  Whitehouse, Ohio
Neil Bartholomay Jr. D Carleton Minneapolis, Minn.
Christopher Conover Sr. D Roanoke Dagsboro, Del.
Richard Marquez Jr. D  Redlands Fontana, Calif.
Lucas Thompson Sr. D Gustavus Adolphus Sioux Falls, S.D.
Logan Andryk Fr. M Milwaukee School of Eng. Hartland, Wis.
Filip Lindmark Sr. M North Park  Skovde, Ill.
Rory O'Neill* Sr. M Wesleyan  Silver Springs, Md.
Brian Vasquez So. M Mississippi Clinton, Miss.
Peter Christman Sr. M Williams Falmouth, Mass.
Adam Blackman So. F Wheaton (Ill.) Urbana, Ill.
Jake Gamble Sr. F Penn State-Behrend Erie, Pa.
Sebastiaan Jansen Sr. F Union Schenectady, N.Y.
Mahir Mameledzija Jr. F Lake Forest Skokie, Ill.
Sam Ocel Sr. F Brandeis  North Attleboro, Mass.
Mike Ryan Fr. F Rutgers-Camden Marlton, N.J.



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